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How To Turn Your Sunroom Into The Bedroom Of Your Dreams


Are you longing for a bedroom makeover you love to wake up in every morning? Transforming your sunroom into a stunning master bedroom could be the way to go. Imagine sleeping peacefully under the stars each night and enjoying coffee in bed the following day while taking in the morning sun. If this is something you’d love, read on and learn how to make this transformation a reality!  

Benefits Of Having A Sunroom As A Bedroom

There’s something so satisfying about turning your sunroom into a charming bedroom. Most sunroom designs come with large windows, letting in lots of natural light during the day and a chance to stargaze at night. It also lets you be closer to nature and boost your mood throughout the day.

 Sunroom bedrooms are also something you don’t see every day. If you ever plan on selling your home, this unique space could be a huge plus for potential buyers looking for something that stands out from other properties. The added square footage to your home could quickly help you boost its overall value. 

How To Turn Your Sunroom Into A Bedroom

Ready to create a bedroom space you love? Here are a few key steps you take when you repurpose your sunroom:

Insulate And Weatherproof Your Space

Most sunrooms are designed for the occasional event rather than full-time living. But by properly insulating the walls and adding heating or cooling options, you can ensure your room will stay comfy the entire year. Adding weatherstripping to your windows and doors could also prevent drafts and keep your room warm during winter if you live in a colder climate.

Buy Some New Curtains Or Shades

While a sunroom’s large windows bring some much-needed natural light, you’ll naturally want some privacy. A good set of blackout curtains or shades are a convenient option to have some alone time and block out the early morning sunlight so you can sleep in whenever you want. Plus, they come in various colors and styles to complement your bedroom’s design!

Create A Design You Love

This is where the fun part begins! Remember, your bedroom should be a cozy and inviting space you want to spend time in at the end of a busy day. Opt for comfortable yet elegant furniture, rugs, blankets, or pillows that create a warm and inviting atmosphere. If your room is on the smaller side, a bed with built-in storage could help save space and keep your bedroom from looking cluttered.

Transform Your Sunroom Into An Ideal Bedroom

Turning your sunroom into the bedroom of your dreams is an exciting home improvement. Aside from having a gorgeous place for rest and relaxation, you’ll instantly boost your home’s value. Our team at Four Seasons has a wide range of sunroom designs that will blend perfectly with your home. If you need information about our services, please contact us or use our 24/7 live desk anytime.


Homeowners should have everything they need before starting a new home improvement project. This is why we offer FREE in-home design consultations, giving you a direct estimate with no hidden fees. Also, if you need some inspiration, our free catalog will help you get started on your next project!

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